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  2. R. Kelly - Wikipedia

    R. Kelly. Robert Sylvester Kelly (born January 8, 1967) is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and convicted sex offender. As a recording artist, Kelly was credited with helping to redefine R&B and hip hop, earning nicknames such as "the King of R&B ", [7] [8] [9] "the King of Pop-Soul", [10] and the " Pied Piper of R&B".

  3. Revenge porn - Wikipedia

    Revenge porn is the distribution of sexually explicit images or videos of individuals without their consent. [1] The material may have been made by a partner in an intimate relationship with the knowledge and consent of the subject at the time, or it may have been made without their knowledge. The subject may have experienced sexual violence ...

  4. Stuart Varney - Wikipedia

    Stuart Varney. Stuart A. Varney (born July 7, 1948) [3] is a British-American talk show host and conservative political commentator who works for Fox News and the Fox Business Network. Born in the United Kingdom, he worked as a journalist before joining Fox News in January 2004 as a business contributor, such as on Your World with Neil Cavuto .

  5. Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States (2020)

    The total U.S. cases passed 2,700. Five additional deaths were reported by state health departments: three in Washington, one in Florida, and one in Louisiana. In addition, New York's first death was reported in the news media and the governor of New Jersey announced the state's second death on Twitter. This brought reported deaths to 7 for the ...

  6. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/July 2012 - Wikipedia

    Nominator's comments: Super famous. --Speciate 04:46, 1 August 2012 (UTC) Support Very famous and influential author. -Zanhe 04:55, 1 August 2012 (UTC) Support Top headline on both sides of the pond: high on NYT and CNN, 2nd highest on BBC, 3rd highest on Guardian, etc. Bestselling author, major cultural critic, and groundbreaking figure in gay literature.

  7. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/January 2012 - Wikipedia

    (New York Daily News) Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno dies from complications associated with lung cancer. End and Closing ceremony of the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria, showing Germany receiving the most medals at the Medal table, followed by China and Austria.

  8. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/November 2012 - Wikipedia

    (NY Daily News) Two people are killed and more than ten others injured in a gas explosion and fire in an apartment building in the Siberian city of Tomsk, Russia. (RIA Novosti) A freight train derails at the Stuttgart-Feuerbach station, Germany, after a collision with the railway platform. There were no reports of injuries.

  9. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/September 2012 - Wikipedia

    (Hurriyet Daily News) Politics and elections. Ireland's Minister of State for Primary Care Róisín Shortall resigns due to a dispute with Minister for Health James Reilly. She also resigns from the Labour Party. (The Irish Times) Former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe is elected the leader of the opposition Liberal Democratic Party.